Rajendra Prasad Mohapatra

With his unorthodox bowling style, speedster Jasprit Bumrah has gradually emerged as the spearhead of Indian pace bowling attack since his debut in 2016. His tear-away pace and variations are lethal both with the new ball and old ball as well.

However, Bumrah’s constant injury is a cause of concern for Team India. In his absence, Indian attack is missing the essential X-factor and choking in big tournaments. Bumrah has millions of fans across the globe. Several fans are heartbroken due to the long absence of their favourite cricketer from the game due to injury.

However, in a delightful news for the speedster’s fans, an exciting video of a 14-year-old boy from Rajasthan’s Barmer imitating Bumrah’s bowling action has recently surfaced across various social media platforms.

In the viral video, the 14-year-old Jetharam from Gudamlani’s Bond village is running barefoot on the hot sand an imitating the action of Bumrah. All the three stump bails are blown away by the kid’s impeccable bowling that has all the elements of a great pacer-- accuracy, sharpness and speed.

The video has reportedly gone viral on various social media platforms and garnered several likes and comments.

As per Jetharam, he was inspired by Bumrah’s bowling after watching him on TV four years ago. 

I became involved in bowling after that and started imitating Bumrah. I am pretty much happy to bowl with his almost accurate action,” said Jetharam.

Jetharam is fond of cricket and he only discusses cricket with his relatives. He loves many bowlers and batsmen of Team India very much.

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